Reflection #6

Reflection #6 - Reflection #6 Elliot Waniek Along with all...

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Reflection #6 Elliot Waniek Along with all the new social and academic aspects of college, there also comes the independent ability to take care of oneself in order to remain healthy throughout the academic year. College is very stressful in terms of academics and also proving to adults that you deserve to be at a university. As Joanna Hill said in her lecture “Are you STRONG…SMART…FAST… RIPPED…THIN…HOT enough?” (2011 Hill). There is always an underlying motivation to be better than you are, because as humans, we are constantly trying to improve ourselves. Depending on how you balance your schedule it can have effects on you mentally, physically and socially for the better or for the worse, which is why it is important to always be considerate of others around. As a freshman in college there is almost always some sort of adjustment made to the students’ routine. For me, that included having a set schedule during the week, which would include studying, eating, sleeping, partying, and exercising. However, the first quarter I wasn’t
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course ED 20 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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Reflection #6 - Reflection #6 Elliot Waniek Along with all...

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